iOS 6.1.1 release being hurried by Apple: fixes 3G, battery and enterprise problems

6.1.1

iOS 6.1 has barely been here two weeks, and already Apple’s planning on releasing the next delta update. iOS 6.1.1 was made available as a beta almost as soon as the jailbreak for 6.1 was released to the public, and has now reached the final part of testing. Consumers globally had complained that iOS 6.1 was affecting 3G performance, and had caused a big problem for AOL Enterprise users as well as giving many users poorer than average battery performance.

According to German Apple blog, iFun.de, its previously reliable sources are claiming that testing is complete and Apple wants to release iOS 6.1.1 very quickly to solve the issues.

“Today, on 11 February, midnight our time, “Testing Complete” is announced by the network operators. If you have already installed the 6.1 update is 23MB big on 6.1.1 (10B145) available via OTA. Baseband has been updated on 03/04/02. Thus, the error should be off the table.”

If you’re one of the several million jailbreakers who recently used Evad3rs Evasi0n tool, you’ll want to avoid updating until we know for sure that iOS 6.1.1 can be jailbroken.

Via: iDB, 9to5Mac

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